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Expanded Line of Outdoor HVAC Targets Improved Efficiency


Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (METUS) announces the expansion of the S-Series (PUMY) air-source heat pump outdoor unit to include Hyper-Heating INVERTER (H2i) technology in select models.

Part of the CITY MULTI family of products offering heating and cooling systems for every type of building, the PUMY is a single-phase heat pump that is ideal for light commercial or large residential applications.

The addition of H2i technology, now available in PUMY P36 (3-ton) and P48 (4-ton) models, allows the units to provide year-round comfort in cold climates and extreme temperatures. Hyper-heating units offer up to 100 percent of rated heating capacity at 5 degrees Fahrenheit and perform at 78 percent of rated capacity in temperatures as low as -13 degrees Fahrenheit.

“We are pleased to extend Hyper-heating technology to our S-Series,” says Kevin Miskewicz, director, commercial product planning, Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US. “The single-phase heat pump now delivers operational cost savings and improved heating performance to residential and commercial applications in even the coldest areas.”

Other enhancements to PUMY units include improved efficiency. Each unit is equipped with an INVERTER-driven compressor that optimizes energy usage for the space, reducing energy waste. The units have also met ENERGY STAR certification standards. Additionally, PUMY systems use the CITY MULTI Controls Network (CMCN) and can heat or cool up to 12 individual zones with many options for indoor unit sizes and styles.

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